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Naoya Inoue Vs. Nonito Donaire 2: Strike predictions, base cards, start time, difficulty, preview, selection experts

One of the best fights in the last few years has been established its second title. Two of the most successful bantamweights of the season will be dropped in Japan on Tuesday when co-host Naoya Inoue will take on Wito-based Nonito Donaire at Saitama Arena (5 am ET, ESPN +). The two met for the first time in 2019 in what became known as the winner of the final year of the World Boxing Super Series competition in the region of 118 pounds.

Donaire (42-6, 28 KO) entered a race that many believe has already passed and lost to Jessie Magdaleno and Carl Frampton in the last two of the last three. When Donaire won his first two fights in the WBSS competition, he did not make it to the final as Inoue solved a lot of stress in his game. The first bout was won by Ryan Burnett after Burnett suffered only four back injuries in the fight and the semifinal bout came with Stephon Young replacing the late Zolani Tete.

But, after being awarded the Inoue shot, one of the best fighters in the world, Donaire showed he still had the most skills to see him win 30 consecutive fights from 2001 to 2012, when he won world titles at flyweight, super. flyweight, bantamweight and super bantamweight. In his 35th pro fight, Donaire also added a world title at featherweight to his impressive list.

“I came in with a lot of risks and I don’t care about anything but arguments,” Donaire told Yahoo Sports. “This time, I’m bringing everything I have, from a runner, a person who can challenge, a person who can think, yes, someone who can fight. I will bring everything that is in my ability.

Inoue’s speed (22-0, 19 KO) was crucial in the game against Donaire, but Donaire did not back down and show a violent right hand in addition to his left hook. Both men could injure each other during the entire battle of Inoue before leaving too late, including knocking on the head of Round 11. Inoue will eventually win the battle with scores of 114-113, 116-111, and 117- 109, but Donaire’s performance showed he has more to give inside the ring.

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Donaire will be out of the ring until 2021 when he defeated Nordine Oubaali in the fourth round to take the WBC title and retained the belt with another fourth knockout, this time by Reymart Gaballo.

Inoue’s nickname “The Monster” is apt, considering its destructive power that has brought down all but three opponents of his career. In his rise to become one of the pound-for-pound nominees, Inoue has held world titles at junior flyweight, junior bantamweight and bantamweight.

Since Donaire’s victory, Inoue has remained perfect, battling Jason Moloney, Michael Dasmarinas and Aran Dipaen.

Now, he is ready to take on the worst enemy he has ever encountered and the greatest warrior he has ever encountered.

The rest of the undercard is packed with lots of matchups in the low-heavy categories. Takuma Inoue, Naoya’s younger brother, is back in the super bantamweight race against Gakuya Furuhashi. Takuma Inoue had already been the WBC super bantamweight title for a long time in 2019 before being defeated by Oubaali when he competed against them all. He has a 15-1 record and only three knocks.

Below are all the other Japanese combat cards with the most recent access from Caesars Sportsbook before predicting and selecting a major event.

Inu vs. Donaire card, hard

Naoya Inoue (c) -550

Nonito Donaire (c) +400

WBA, IBF and WBC bantamweight titles

Takuma Inoue

Gakuya Furuhashi

super bantamweight

Andy Hiraoka

Shun Akaiwa

Opepuka

prediction

It has been a pleasure to see Donaire, a true legend and beloved warrior, resurrect his career as a legitimate warrior of the upper classes. However, at the age of 39, Donaire has an age when his body cannot get rid of what has been normal during his long and arduous career. Inoue has already proven his ability to defeat Donaire, even in a thrilling battle, and is still 29 years old who has taken the fewest teeth of his time in the ring.

It would make sense to think that Inoue could repeat what he did the first time and probably without any problems. Expect Donaire to be a game and give away everything he has. Just that all Donaire has is not enough. Select: Naoya Inoue via TKO10

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